Pivot Table Tutorial in Excel 2013
This pivot table tutorial covers the basics of creating and customizing a pivot table in Excel 2013. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to format data in a pivot table and group fields to make the data easier to read. It will also cover how to sort data and format numbers. You can then apply these skills to your own data to create the report you’re looking for.
Formatting numbers in a pivot table
There are several options for formatting numbers in a pivot table. One method is to use the Format Numbers dialog box. You can also manually format each Pivot Table field. Using the Format Numbers dialog box, you can change the number format by selecting the desired number format. Alternatively, you can use the Number Formatting module.
This option allows you to apply conditional formatting to cells containing percentages or monthly amounts. It also allows you to format percentages and icons. This option is useful for analyzing which month has higher revenue. You can also apply conditional formatting to the values of monthly amounts and subtotals.
The formatted values in a pivot table are shown in descending order by height. The formatted values are displayed as decimals and are not rounded.